Has anyone had problems remembering things, keeping track of appointments or just the feeling of not being able to focus on tasks? I am 4 months past heart attack, cardiac arrest and double bypass surgery and I cannot seem to keep all the pieces together. I writie lists and my mind swirls with things I have to do. At the end of the day, barely 10% gets done. Still tired, still have the chest pain that everyone says can last a year, can't talk to family or friends anymore...they either worry I'm about to die or they don't understand this feeling of fogginess. People say it doesn't sound like depression but it does to me. Any suggestions? PS, the doctors and most of thworld think I'm fine because I don't look sickly from the outside. If one more person says how great I look, I'm going to scream!!!
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